Today's post is on the shift from doing marketing, into making sales. Clients are the lifeblood of a one-person business and I'll talk you through the steps to securing enough of them to sustain yourself.
In the previous posts I outlined the key steps for you to craft your one-person business and I’ve loved getting your questions and messages (keep them coming!) and welcoming in new clients into The Ask's Unique Contribution programme, who are ready to build their own.
When you create from a place of your Unique Contribution, you'll find that people will love your energy, your clarity and purpose and will be cheering you on.
But friends, be warned because the online marketing game can lead to exhaustion if you’re not careful. Likes and comments don’t pay your bills.
You’re not building an audience, you’re creating a service that people will pay you for. A service that you can trust to deliver returns, and build a life around.
Keep reading for advice on monetising your one-person business in a sustainable way over the long run.